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Article: Wildlife in Winter: How did humans miss out?

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kathy65468
Eunice, MO
(Zone 5b)

December 26, 2008
7:48 PM

Post #5930009

Why didn't we get the cool hibernate gene? During the short days of winter I just want to stay curled up under the covers and wait for spring. Seems a great weight loss strategy. If I can find someone to stoke up the stove for me everyday I will give it a try. I do not mind the thought of going hungry but I hate to be cold. Guess I must forget the hibernation idea.
LTilton
Glen Ellyn, IL
(Zone 5b)

December 26, 2008
9:02 PM

Post #5930234

There have been science fiction stories about introducing human hibernation.

But remember, to survive it, first you have to get VERY FAT!
kathy65468
Eunice, MO
(Zone 5b)

December 26, 2008
9:51 PM

Post #5930428

I can do the get very fat thing, I promise I can. Especially knowing that I will just go to bed and then wake up thin again. Wow, can you imagine being able to eat all of the time and never worry about calories?

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